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ever! 13 months later the raiders are 3-8 and jackson is now an assistant in cincinnati. palmer was met with a chorus of boos. late 1st quarter, andy, with the throw, making the 1-handed catch. a beauty. 14-0. now, bengals pile it on. 3rd and go. raiders down -- 3rd and goal. that was the score. raiders did nothing on either side of the ball. 3rd quarter, finding rhythm to moore. he has the touchdown. 24-10. you know, just when oakland gets the momentum they get it back. now, palmer, hit, lost the football. leading to a bangle's field goal. down, 27-10. now, hansen causes the fumble here. keeps it in place. branch runs it in place. this is a raiders touchdown. one problem, the whistle blew from the official. they blew the call. replay shows he stripped him of the ball and saved it from going out-of-bounds but it was an inadvertent whistle they lose the touchdown and did not get the football. whistles blowing and then houston takes down dalton. andrew from cincinnati he is not happy. he gets kicked out. houston gets kicked out. tommiy kel seis ejected. the 4th straight loss. -- tommy kel
in one sense that people may not be familiar with. he's the first american president since andrew jackson to win a re-election with a lower popular vote percentage than he won his first time. we don't do that in american politics. when we re-elect a president, we typically embrace that president even more strongly than the first time. the president's not in that political category, but he has won re-election and he has a mandate based on what he makes of it. many political scientists say the idea of a mandate is basically fiction. >> we learned something about the shape of the electorate. in 2008, the obama campaign decided they were going to build a coalition out of young voters, minority voters and college-educated women. they did that again. they did it in a slightly different ways and different regions of the country, but the president get a smaller share of the white vote, but the white vote shrunk, and he got a larger share -- well, the white vote actually stayed about the same, it's been shrinking since 1990, '92, but he got a larger vote of the minority vote, hispanics and african
of magic himself, charting a number one hit with country legend alan jackson. another day ♪ don't be falling, falling in love ♪ >> reporter: somehow brown was able to find time to get married and raise a family. he and his wife shelly have four daughters. he says he fell for her in a bar one new year's eve after a gig. did you know immediately this was the one? >> i didn't know until i kissed her. then we ended up new year's eve playing a show. my date had stood me up. i remember walking back to my friends were like two minutes before midnight and thinking i'm not going to have anybody to kiss on new year's. there she was standing right there. i remember kissing her. that was the end of it. ♪ on a day >> reporter: these are good times for zac brown and his band. he says he's living just the life he wants to live especially since he gets to offer his fans both food and music. >> i walk out on the stage and i see all these people. i realize that they're out there to feel good from our music and to celebrate, you know, it's a big deal. ♪ while i live out my days ♪ until the
of oprah winfrey and jesse jackson weeping. we look at the audience tonight, and there is a different reaction. a reminder of when the new england patriots won the first super bowl. after they won the first time, the expectation was, that we can win. you are talking about the coalition, this new coalition in the democratic party. i think it says something, not just to the republican party, but perhaps the rest of america. i was talking earlier to the head of the urban league. he made the point of this coalition, is becoming more mature. we talk about this coalition of young voters. of women and minorities, african-americans and hispanics. he made the point that not only should the republican party take notice, but perhaps the rest of america, corporate america, to take notice that america is changing. and perhaps not just the republican party, but also organizations. to look at diversity in a different way. because you see from this audience that they won a tough race. and they are certainly relieved. but there seems to be an expectation in this crowd that this is the direction americ
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